8-Bit Platformer Nogalious Releases on Steam Today
Retro-style 2D adventure paying homage to the 80’s
Madrid, Spain –August 8th, 2018– For classic retro gamers, indie dev Luegolu3go Studios releases their vintage 2D adventure game Nogalious on Steam today. The game is available for PC and it costs $4.99.
Nogalious is a retro-style action platformer that pays homage to the era of classic 2D platforming on 8-bit personal computers. Explore 5 different worlds and go through cozy dungeons as you revive the magic of the late-eighties. This is the first title of a trilogy that tells the story of Nogalious, his daughter Mariet, and the evil Darama.
“Following the success of our physical edition of Nogalious on PC, we’re extremely glad to launch our title on Steam too”, says Raúl Nogales, CEO at Luegolu3go Studios. “This game is a fresh breeze of classic gameplay that will fulfill the expectations of every retro gamer .”
Nogalious was funded from Kickstarter with a total of 246 backers. Since it’s release back in June, the game has become a legend among avid fans of classic gaming, which have ordered thousands of copies for PC. Physical versions for MSX, Commodore, Amstrad and Spectrum will be released in the near future.
- 8-bit visual and gameplay style
- Intense and precise platforming
- Enter the dungeons and discover its secrets
- Solve intriguing puzzles
- Fight classic final bosses at the end of each stage
- Steam store: https://store.steampowered.com/app/830410/Nogalious/
- Game Manual: https://docs.wixstatic.com/ugd/d9c7e8_4a9edfbe322141458d76d93f084cc30f.pdf
- Website: https://www.luegolu3go.com
- Twitter: https://twitter.com/luegolu3go
About Luegolu3go Studios
Luegolu3go Studios, based in Madrid, Spain, develops retro games for 8-bit computer systems such as MSX, Amstrad, Spectrum, Commodore and PC. They create both physical and digital versions of their games. Their current project, The Chronicles of Nogalious is a trilogy containing the games Nogalious (out now), Mirilla (coming in Q4 2018) and Dragorieta (coming in 2019).